Thursday, September 07, 2017

Lunch

"Politically Uncivilized People" (Moon).

"International Law? The Americans Don’t Give A Damn".

Tweet (Fathi):
"Imagine unironically thinking this about the US army, one of the biggest perpetrators of war crimes in the world."

"The Conflict In Syria Was Always Israel’s War" (Webb).  Straightforward and well documented.  Not debatable.  Actually, the very idea that there might be any possible or even conceivable American national interest to this disastrous war (and loss for Americans) is hilarious.

"Syria: Breaking the ISIS siege of Deir ez-Zor was “a historic day”".

Shown about to serve them their choice of human organs - Israel is world famous for the illegal harvest - for lunch.

"Israel vs Russia and Hizbullah" (Lang). "Israel Losing Stranglehold over US: American Activist".  "Max Boot, Mr. Invade-The-World-Invite-The-World, Doesn't Feel Like an American Anymore" (Sailer).  "The USS Liberty Wins One!" (Giraldi).  "Fed Vice Chair Stan Fischer Unexpectedly Resigns "For Personal Reasons"".  "Trump is reportedly unlikely to pick Gary Cohn as next Fed chair".  Don't laugh - these links belong together.

"Khazarians Then, Khazarians Now".  This sounds insane, but the basic facts are not in dispute, with Rus', Arabs, and Persians all successfully fighting the Khazars at various times, so the current state of the world is just history repeating, as farce.

"Is “Jewish Supremacy” a Form of Racism? The Zionist Exception".

"Everyone Missed the Point of Charlottesville" (Studebaker).  I continue to marvel how a few hundred people across the United States continue to define the conversation, and apparently represent the millions who are suffering, and all Trump voters.

"You Can’t Block Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook [Updated]".  "Newsweek Claims Russia Orchestrated Boston Marathon Bombing".

"Save Craig Murray".  There is without doubt a grand conspiracy to round up all the dangerous dissenters.  "Taking Aim: WikiLeaks, Congress and Hostile Agencies" (Kampmark).

"Akamai Tree" (West).  Summary of the state of play, plus 'The Family/Coe, and Binney over Drake.
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